Future Indefinite Tense in Urdu with Exercise

Learn Future Indefinite Tense in Urdu with the help of definition, formulas, recognition, examples, rules, and exercises. 

Future Indefinite Tense in Urdu| How to Learn with Formulas Examples

STEP – I

Future = coming time

Indefinite = lasting for an unknown length of time

Tense =  time/verb

Future Indefinite Tense = any action that will happen for unknown time period

STEP-II

Definition of Future Indefinite Tense:

In this tense anything is done, happened, or borne in future or coming times.

Recognition of Future Indefinite Tense in English:

They will go to school.

First of all, the subject is placed at the start of the sentence then will or shall, the first form of the verb, and the object at the end with a full stop.

Important: We shall place shall after I and We whereas will after every subject like you, he, she, Aamir, they, etc.

Examples:

He will take tea.
We shall do our duty. 
I shall go to school.
Moosa will study a book.
They will travel to Lahore.

Examples:

Swill/shall IVO
Ishallgoschool

I shall go to school.
I will go to school.

Swill/shall 1VO
Youwillwritea letter

You will write a letter.
You shall write a letter.

Exercise:

SWill/shall IVO
Weshall play cricket

We shall play cricket

Swill/shallIVO
Youwill drivea car

You will drive a car.

STEP – IV

Negative Sentences of Future Indefinite Tense:

To make a negative sentence, add “not” right after the helping verb (will/shall).

S+will/shall+not+1V+O 

Swill notIVO
Hamzawill notgoschool

Hamza will not go to school.

Swill notIVO
Weshall notdohomework

We shall not do homework.

STEP -V

Interrogative Sentences of Future Indefinite Tense:

To make a sentence interrogative, place “

Shall +S+IV+O

WillSIVO?
Willhegoschool

Will he go school?

Shall SIVO?
Shallwedohomework?

Shall we do homework?

STEP -VI

  Interro-negative Sentences:

To make a sentence interro-negative, place 
Shall /will+ S+not+1V+O

WillSnotIVO?
Willshenotgoschool?

Will she not go to school?

WillSnotIVO?
Willthis boynotdohomework?

Will this boy not do homework?

Future Indefinite Tense Exercise

There are many examples of the Future Indefinite Tense having affirmative, negative, interrogative, and interro-negative sentences and each sentence has these three converted sentences in every paragraph of the five sentences below. So, you can find any sentence converted into negative, interrogative, and interro-negative sentences.

  • He will work in the education department. (Affirmative)
  • He will not work in the education department. (Negative)
  • Will he work in the education department? (Interrogative)
  • Will he not work in the education department? Or
  • Won’t he work in the education department? (Interro-negative)

  • They will put in great effort every time.
  • They will not put in great effort every time.
  • Will they put in great effort every time?
  • Will they not put in great effort every time? Or
  • Won’t they put in great effort every time?

  • You will love to eat Chicken Tikka Pizza.
  • You will not love to eat Chicken Tikka Pizza.
  • Will you love to eat Chicken Tikka Pizza?
  • Will you not love to eat Chicken Tikka Pizza? Or
  • Won’t you love to eat Chicken Tikka Pizza?

  • We will sit in the sunshine after job time.
  • We will not sit in the sunshine after job time.
  • Will we sit in the sunshine after job time?
  • Will we not sit in the sunshine after job time? Or
  • Won’t we sit in the sunshine after job time?

  • My children will love to do homework together.
  • My children will not love to do homework together.
  • Will my children love to do homework together?
  • Will my children not love to do homework together? Or
  • Won’t my children love to do homework together?

  • The led TV will give clearer video than the old television.
  • The led TV will not give clearer video.
  • Will led TV give clear video?
  • Will led TV not give clear video? Or
  • Won’t led TV give clear video?

  • The girls will knit the sweaters.
  • The girls will not knit sweaters.
  • Will the girls knit sweaters?
  • Will the girls not knit the sweaters? Or
  • Won’t the girls knit sweaters?

  • Ali will to college by bicycle.
  • Ali will not go to college by bicycle.
  • Will Ali go to college by bicycle?
  • Will Ali not go to college by bicycle? Or
  • Will Ali go to college by bicycle?

  • This kid will crosse the road easily.
  • This kid will not cross the road easily.
  • Will this kid cross the road easily?
  • Will this kid not cross the road easily? Or
  • Won’t this kid cross the road easily?

  • He will speak and writes English fluently.
  • He will not speak and writes English fluently.
  • Will he speak and write English fluently?
  • Will he not speak and write English fluently? Or
  • Won’t he speak and write English fluently?

  • She will do her work in two hours.
  • She will not do her work in two hours.
  • Will she do her work in two hours?
  • Will she not do her work in two hours? Or
  • Won’t she do her work in two hours?

  • Smith will run every risk for his friends.
  • Smith will not run every risk for his friends.
  • Will Smith run every risk for his friends?
  • Will Smith not run every risk for his friends? Or
  • Won’t Smith run every risk for his friends?

  • He will tell a lie in front of me.
  • He will not tell a lie in front of me.
  • Will he tell a lie in front of me?
  • Will he not tell a lie in front of me? Or
  • Won’t he tell a lie in front of me?

  • The long hair of a lion will look very attractive.
  • The long hair of a lion will not look very attractive.
  • Will the long hair of a lion look very attractive?
  • Will the long hair of a lion not look very attractive? Or
  • Won’t the long hair of a lion look very attractive?

  • The beat will prey on the weak animals.
  • The beats will not prey the weak animals.
  • Will the beats prey on the weak animals?
  • Will the beats not prey on the weak animals? Or
  • Won’t the beats prey on weak animals?

  • Some people will tame the cubs.
  • Some people will not tame the cubs.
  • Will some people tame the cubs?
  • Will some people not tame the cubs? Or
  • Won’t some people tame the cubs?

  • This intelligent student will do his classwork very beautifully.
  • This intelligent student will not do his classwork very beautifully.
  • Will this intelligent student do his classwork very beautifully?
  • Will this intelligent student not do his classwork very beautifully? Or
  • Won’t this intelligent student do his classwork very beautifully?

  • He will partake in everyone’s weal and woe.
  • He will not partake of everyone’s weal and woe.
  • Will he partake of everyone’s weal and woe?
  • Will he not partake of everyone’s weal and woe? Or
  • Won’t he partake of everyone’s weal and woe?

  • Halima will play with the toys.
  • Halima will not play with the toys.
  • Will Halima play with the toys?
  • Will Halima not play with the toys? Or
  • Won’t Halima play with the toys?

  • Jack and Jill will go up the hill.
  • Jack and Jill will not go up the hill.
  • Will Jack and Jill go up the hill?
  • Will Jack and Jill not go up the hill? Or
  • Won’t Jack and Jill go up the hill?

  • He will love the sea since his childhood.
  • He will not love the sea since his childhood.
  • Will he love the sea since his childhood?
  • Will he not love the sea since his childhood? Or
  • Won’t he love the sea since his childhood?

  • This hen will lay golden eggs twice a week.
  • This hen will not lay golden eggs twice a week.
  • Will this hen lay golden eggs twice a week?
  • Will this hen not lay golden eggs twice a week? Or
  • Won’t this hen lay golden eggs twice a week?

  • Musa’s mother will cook fried fish.
  • Musa’s mother will not cook fried fish.
  • Will Musa’s mother cook fried fish?
  • Will Musa’s mother not cook fried fish? Or
  • Won’t Musa’s mother cook fried fish?

  • The weaver will weave the clothes.
  • The weaver will not weave the clothes.
  • Will the weaver weave the clothes?
  • Will the weaver not weave the clothes? Or
  • Won’t the weaver weave the clothes?

  • The carpenter will make the wooden goods.
  • The carpenter will not make the wooden goods.
  • Will the carpenter make the wooden goods?
  • Will the carpenter not make the wooden goods? Or
  • Won’t the carpenter make the wooden goods?

  • The blacksmith will make the iron goods.
  • The blacksmith will not make the iron goods.
  • Will the blacksmith make the iron goods?
  • Will the blacksmith not make the iron goods? Or
  • Won’t the blacksmith make the iron goods?

  • The potter will make very beautiful pots with mud.
  • The potter will not make very beautiful pots with mud.
  • Will the potter make very beautiful pots with mud?
  • Will the potter not make very beautiful pots with mud? Or
  • Won’t the potter make very beautiful pots with mud?

  • Man will make his own fate.
  • Man will not make his own fate.
  • Will man make his own fate?
  • Will man not make his own fate? Or
  • Won’t man make his own fate?

  • He will repair electronic goods.
  • He will not repair electronic goods.
  • Will he repair electronic goods?
  • Will he not repair electronic goods? Or
  • Won’t he repair electronic goods?

  • They will play in the same cricket team.
  • They will not play in the same cricket team.
  • Will they play in the same cricket team?
  • Will they not play in the same cricket team? Or
  • Won’t they play in the same cricket team?

  • I will take a bath in cool water in summer.
  • I will not take a bath in cool water in summer.
  • Will I take a bath in cool water in summer?
  • Will I not take a bath in cool water in summer? Or
  • Won’t I take a bath in cool water in summer?

  • I will borrow money from anyone.
  • I will not borrow money from anyone.
  • Will I borrow money from anyone?
  • Will I not borrow money from anyone? Or
  • Won’t I borrow money from anyone?

  • We will study newspapers in our free time.
  • We will not study newspapers in our free time.
  • Will we study newspapers in our free time?
  • Will we not study newspapers in our free time? Or
  • Won’t we study newspapers in our free time?

  • He will like desert walk.
  • He will not like desert walk.
  • Will he like desert walk?
  • Will he not like desert walk? Or
  • Won’t he like desert walk?

  • I will drink juice daily on an empty stomach.
  • I will not drink juice daily on an empty stomach.
  • Will I drink juice daily on an empty stomach?
  • Will I not drink juice daily on an empty stomach? Or
  • Won’t I drink juice daily on an empty stomach?

  • He will pick cotton in the fields.
  • He will not pick cotton in the fields.
  • Will he pick cotton in the fields?
  • Will he not pick cotton in the fields? Or
  • Won’t he pick cotton in the fields?

  • You will feed cattle regularly.
  • You will not feed cattle regularly.
  • Will you feed cattle regularly?
  • Will you not feed cattle regularly? Or
  • Won’t you feed cattle regularly?

  • You will use a dictionary on mobile or PC.
  • You will not use a dictionary on mobile or PC.
  • Will you use a dictionary on mobile or PC?
  • Will you not use a dictionary on mobile or PC? Or
  • Won’t you use a dictionary on mobile or PC?

  • All my friends will cook together.
  • All my friends will not cook together.
  • Will all my friends cook together?
  • Will all my friends not cook together? Or
  • Won’t all my friends cook together?

  • You will take a walk early in the morning.
  • You will not take a walk early in the morning.
  • Will you take a walk early in the morning?
  • Will you not take a walk early in the morning? Or
  • Won’t you take a walk early in the morning?

  • The Children will play with plastic blocks.
  • The children will not play with plastic blocks.
  • Will the children play with plastic blocks?
  • Will the children not play with plastic blocks? Or
  • Won’t the children play with plastic blocks?

  • I will help the poor with my salary.
  • I will not help the poor with my salary.
  • Will I help the poor with my salary?
  • Will I not help the poor with my salary? Or
  • Won’t I help the poor with my salary?

  • The maid will do laundry every Sunday.
  • The maid will not do laundry every Sunday.
  • Will the maid do laundry every Sunday?
  • Will the maid not do laundry every Sunday? Or
  • Won’t the maid do laundry every Sunday?

  • The farmers will fertilize the wheat crop.
  • The farmers will not fertilize the wheat crop.
  • Will the farmers fertilize the wheat crop?
  • Will the farmers not fertilize the wheat crop? Or
  • Won’t the farmers fertilize the wheat crop?

  • We will play a friendly cricket match every Sunday.
  • We will not play a friendly cricket match every Sunday.
  • Will we play a friendly cricket match every Sunday?
  • Will we not play a friendly cricket match every Sunday? Or
  • Won’t we play a friendly cricket match every Sunday?

  • The poets will love the moon.
  • The poets will not love the moon.
  • Will the poets love the moon?
  • Will the poets not love the moon? Or
  • Won’t the poets love the moon?

  • The goats will feed in the farmhouse.
  • The goats will not feed in the farmhouse.
  • Will the goats feed in the farmhouse?
  • Will the goats not feed in the farmhouse? Or
  • Won’t the goats feed in the farmhouse?

  • My mother will fetch the pail of water.
  • My mother will not fetch the pail of water.
  • Will my mother fetch the pail of water?
  • Will my mother not fetch the pail of water? Or
  • Won’t my mother fetch the pail of water?

  • We will friends bathe in the canal in summer.
  • We friends will not bathe in the canal in summer.
  • Will we friends bathe in the canal in summer?
  • Will we friends not bathe in the canal in summer? Or
  • Won’t we friends bathe in the canal in summer?

  • Children will put books in the bag to close.
  • Children will not put books in the bag to close.
  • Will children put books in the bag to close?
  • Will children not put books in the bag to close? Or
  • Won’t children put books in the bag to close?

  • Students will practice writing on notebooks.
  • Students will not practice writing on notebooks.
  • Will students practice writing on notebooks?
  • Will students not practice writing on notebooks? Or
  • Won’t students practice writing on notebooks?

  • Soldiers will unfurl the flag.
  • Soldiers will not unfurl the flag.
  • Will soldiers unfurl the flag?
  • Will soldiers not unfurl the flag? Or
  • Won’t soldiers unfurl the flag?

  • Taj will deal in toys.
  • Taj will not deal in toys.
  • Will Taj deal in toys?
  • Will Taj not deal in toys? Or
  • Won’t Taj deal in toys?

  • Google will provide all kinds of information all the time.
  • It will not provide all kinds of information all the time.
  • Will it provide all kinds of information all the time?
  • Will it not provide all kinds of information all the time? Or
  • Won’t it provide all kinds of information all the time?

  • Daniel will always wear a helmet.
  • Daniel will not always wear a helmet
  • Will Daniel always wear a helmet?
  • Will Daniel not always wear a helmet? Or
  • Won’t Daniel always wear a helmet

  • Akram will teach English to the 6th class.
  • Akram will not teach English to the 6th class.
  • Will Akram teach English to the 6th class?
  • Will Akram not teach English to the 6th class? OR
  • Won’t Akram teach English to the 6th class?

  • Yusuf will work in a marriage hall.
  • Yusuf will not work in a marriage hall.
  • Will Yusuf work in a marriage hall?
  • Won’t Yusuf work in a marriage hall? OR
  • Will Yusuf not work in a marriage hall?

  • He will often forget things regarding responsibility.
  • He will not often forget things regarding responsibility.
  • Will he often forget things regarding responsibility?
  • Will he not often forget things regarding responsibility? Or
  • Won’t he often forget things regarding responsibility?

  • Jack will like to play on the grass.
  • Jack will not like to play on the grass.
  • Will Jack like to play on the grass?
  • Will Jack not like to play on the grass? Or
  • Won’t Jack like to play on the grass?

  • We will bathe in rain every time.
  • We will not bathe in rain every time.
  • Will we bathe in rain every time?
  • Will we not bathe in rain every time? Or
  • Won’t we bathe in rain every time?

You should also learn:

Present Indefinite Tense

Past Indefinite Tense

Future Continuous Tense

English Tenses Complete

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